Friday, June 28 • 10:15 - 11:45
Impacts on Livelihoods: the Roles of Governmental Policies, Programmes and Institutions

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Chaired by: Des Christy

Livelihood matters – Coastal fisheries communities in Japan
Susanne Auerbach

Becoming Fishers in Cape Horn:  a socio material perspective to livelihoods change in the Southern Seas
Gustavo Blanco-Wells, María Amalia Mellado & Alberto Harambour

We are fishers but we can’t catch fish: the impact of the fisheries regulation on fishery and fishers in North Shields, The UK
Des Christy & Luuk Knippenberg

Making a living in an uncertain environment: Navigating institutions to secure livelihoods on Lake Tanganyika
Deo Namwira, Dr. Danielle Beswick & Professor Fiona Nunan

Build back better for who? Post-disaster development of the coastal villages in the Philippines.
S. Segi


Gustavo Blanco-Wells

Associate Professor, Universidad Austral de Chile
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Deo Namwira

PhD Candidate, University of Birmingham
Deo Namwira is currently a PhD candidate in the International Development Department at the University of Birmingham working under the supervision of Professor Fiona Nunan and Dr Danielle Beswick on fisheries livelihoods in the context of conflict. His research is concerned with how... Read More →

Friday June 28, 2019 10:15 - 11:45
REC A1.07 Roeters Eiland Complex, University of Amsterdam